Black Pink To Be The Opening Act For Taeyangs World Tour Concerts In Japan

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Black Pink to be the opening act for Taeyang's World Tour concerts in Japan
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Black Pink to be the opening act for Taeyang's World Tour concerts in Japan

For two days on August 5 and 6, Black Pink will be the opening act for Taeyang's 'White Night' World tour concerts in Japan.

SEE ALSO: Black Pink successfully hold their debut showcase at Budokan in Japan

Taeyang's concerts will beheld at the Hotto Motto Field Kobe baseball stadium in Kobe, Hyogo, the girls will be lighting up the night with their highly-anticipated performance for their fellow YG sunbae. Previously, Black Pink held their Japanese debut showcase on July 20 at the respected Nippon Budokan Arena, selling out the venue as 14,000 seats were sold. More than 200,000 people applied to get tickets for the showcase demonstrating their rising fame in the land of the rising sun.

Quartet Black Pink to Debut in Japan
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Quartet Black Pink to Debut in Japan

Quartet Black Pink will make its overseas debut in Japan, according to their agency YG Entertainment on Wednesday.

A showcase is scheduled at Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on July 20, and the debut album will be released on Aug. 9.

Black Pink is one of the hottest new girl groups in K-pop. With less than a year since their debut in August last year, they have three music videos on YouTube that have over 100 million views.

All of their videos on their official channel on YouTube have been viewed more than 600 million times.

WINNER to open for Taeyang's '2017 World Tour - White Night' concert in Japan
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WINNER to open for Taeyang's '2017 World Tour - White Night' concert in Japan

WINNER will be opening for their YG Entertainment labelmate Taeyang at his upcoming concert in Chiba, Japan for 'Taeyang 2017 World Tour - White Night'.

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The chart-topping idol group is opening for the Big Bang member on July 8 and 9 at the Zozo Marine Stadium. Taeyang and WINNER are said to be close as he often gave them music advice and lead them for their cover of "Baby Baby" on the survival program 'WIN - WHO IS NEXT'. Taeyang also featured in Song Min Ho's track "Fear" for 'Show Me the Money 4', so it seems the boys of WINNER want to return the favor.

Black Pink's signature heart arrow move becoming more popular among teens in Japan
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Black Pink's signature heart arrow move becoming more popular among teens in Japan

The lovely ladies of Black Pink recently made a surprise appearance in Harajuku, Japan as fans went wild tweeting out their surprised reactions in real time.  

Some of the posts read, "Black Pink in real life is so cute!" "Their faces are so small and their legs are so long," "Black Pink came to Harajuku, I want to meet them!"

SEE ALSO: Black Pink hits over 1 million likes on Facebook

With the girls set to take over Japan with their official debut next month, fans are also raving about Jennie's signature heart arrow move.  The pose can be seen in Black Pink's videos and music programs where the idol group showed off their cute, sassy charm shooting heart arrows to their lovely fans.  'Black Pink Heart' is currently becoming a growing trend among middle school and high school girls in Japan, demonstrating their popularity even well before their debut.

Black Pink successfully hold their debut showcase at Budokan in Japan
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Black Pink successfully hold their debut showcase at Budokan in Japan

On July 20, Black Pink successfully launched their debut showcase overseas at the prestigious venue Budokan in Tokyo, Japan.

YG Entertainment founder Yang Hyun Suk also attended the special event to cheer for his girls.  He even surprised fans by posting a short video clip via Instagram, illustrating the exciting atmosphere.

The footage revealed Black Pink opening with their debut song "BOOMBAYAH" as the audience exploded with loud cheers.

Budokan is a large arena holding more than 10,000 seats and is exclusively reserved for top artists to perform.  Not even a year into their debut, it was impressive that Black Pink was able to hold their debut showcase at this well-respected venue.